YOUNG film-makers in Huddersfield have won a lottery grant of £7,250 to help put their ideas on screen.
Fifteen students from Fartown High School are set to make a two-part film, Night and Day.
It focuses on an incident in a club and tackles issues affecting young people, such as peer pressure.
The film will be put on to a DVD, which will be available to schools and youth groups.
The project is led by Connected 2, a Kirklees Council-backed group based at St Peter's Street and set up to help young people progress from school to work.
Barnsley-based film production company C Media is also helping the teenagers make the movie.
Project manager Claire Cook said: "The students have already carried out a variety of creative activities, such as producing a CD and designing a website.
"On the film, they will be doing everything from writing the script and devising the filming schedule to operating cameras and promoting the finished product around local schools."
The lottery money was awarded by First Light, the UK Film Council's initiative for young people.
Chief executive John Woodward said: "The UK has produced some of the best film-makers in the world.
"But we've got to develop the next generation of film talent now, for an even more successful industry in the future.
"This funding will enable young film-makers from Huddersfield to project their ideas and imagination on to the big screen," added Mr Woodward.
Schools interested in seeing the finished film should phone Claire Cook on 01484 302005.